Electronics Lab - Make a Digital Christmas Tree - 06 December 2017

Electronics Lab - Make a Digital Christmas Tree - 06 December 2017
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Accompanying adult (for under 14s) £8.00
Workshop Participant £22.00
 

Description :

Get into the festive spirit and come and build your very own digital Christmas Tree!

We'll be turning our Hauser Studio into an Electronics Lab for this workshop. We'll have soldering stations set-up and our in-house electronics experts will help you assemble, solder and test your Christmas Tree ready to take home with you.

Ideal for budding electronics engineers or anyone interested in learning to solder, this little 100mm high Christmas Tree contains 16 flashing LEDs and runs from a 9V battery. 
 

We have all the tools required to make it, just come along and enjoy the creativity of making your own electronic circuit. Perhaps give it as a Christmas present or put it on display in your bedroom!

No electronics experience is required although you will need a steady hand. 

This is a great workshop aimed at children aged from eight upwards. All under 16's must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Spaces are limited for this hands-on session, so booking is required to ensure your place.

Payment is taken by PayPal immediately. Please print a copy of the receipt that is displayed at the end of the payment process and bring it with you as your e-ticket.

This workshop session is priced at £22.00 per participant and includes the cost of the kit and entry to the museum!  Accompanying adults are charged our standard entry rate of £8.

Date : 6 December 2017
Time : 4pm-6pm

Please note: Whilst we'll make every effort to help ensure your Christmas Tree works, careful assembly and soldering is required and we cannot be held responsible for any non working trees due to poor assembly. 

Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!

 
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